Common Calls Drake “Canada Dry,” Raps About Serena Williams in New Diss (LISTEN!)
And now for your Monday morning rap battle…
MTV News reports that Common has responded to Drake’s diss in a new remix of Rick Ross’ “Stay Schemin.” Check it out:
The track comes in response to Drake’s version of the track, which was included on the Rich Forever mixtape.
Here are some of Common’s lyrics:
“My motto is, Chicago b–ch/ Everybody knows you sweet, what the problem is?/ Don’t play dumb, I’m the one that acknowledged it”
Common also made fun of Drake’s lyrics in “Headlines”:
“Actin’ all hard when he hardly like that/ You gonna mess around and make me catch a body like that,”
But then things got serious when Common brought up his ex-girlfriend Serena Williams, whom Drake hinted at a relationship with in an interview with Complex magazine: “I really, really love and care for Serena Williams,” he said without explaining anything else. Common even dissed Drake’s bi-racial background: “Can’t say my name, but rap about a n—a’s wife/ You so black and white tryna live a n—a’s life,”
Common ended by saying, “I’m talking too long with this amateur guy/ You ain’t wettin’ nobody n—a, you Canada Dry.”
Your turn, Drake. You gonna let him talk to you like that??